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High hopes, busy feet: The second Women’s March | Photo gallery

Marchers from Bainbridge and the Kitsap Peninsula, many of them wearing pink hats and carrying signs, walked through Winslow toward the ferry terminal Jan. 20… Continue reading

 

Marchers from Bainbridge and the Kitsap Peninsula, many of them wearing pink hats and carrying signs, walked through Winslow toward the ferry terminal Jan. 20 to set sail for Seattle and join the ranks of the second Women’s March. (Luciano Marano/Kitsap News Group)

Kitsap marchers: a sense of ‘really working to save our democracy’

Bainbridge, peninsula well represented at Women’s March

 

Male, female suspects charged court after Manchester assault, robbery

Victim shot while in bed, but injuries are non-life-threatening.

 

Jim Burchett (Courtesy photo)

Bremerton’s interim police chief finds new role ‘exhilarating’

Not one to sit in the office, Burchett makes a point to be among the people he’s leading

Jim Burchett (Courtesy photo)

Public comment sought on Kitsap Transit use of Kingston dock

Agencies will negotiate use of passenger dock and facility

Healthcare advocate Randall to run for 26th District Senate seat

The Democrat, a native of Bremerton, grew up in Port Orchard and graduated from South Kitsap High.

Trial Feb. 26 for suspect in alleged hate crime

White supremacist fliers reported in Bremerton, Gig Harbor

MeToo event Jan. 31 in Bremerton

To support, and increase awareness

Help Bremerton chart course for revitalization

City received $300,000 grant from U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

The county Public Works Department and the Government Affairs Committee have been working to spread the word about alternate routes to and from Old Town Silverdale. (Visit Kitsap)

Silverdale Way Road Improvement Project update

SILVERDALE — Through Jan. 24, the contractor on the Silverdale Way Road Improvement Project will focus on completing the joint utility trench and stormwater crossings… Continue reading

The county Public Works Department and the Government Affairs Committee have been working to spread the word about alternate routes to and from Old Town Silverdale. (Visit Kitsap)

Womxn’s March planned Jan. 20 in downtown Poulsbo

‘We don’t want to miss out, so we are going to have our own’

Capital Budget approved; millions allocated for Kitsap projects

But affordable housing across the state still threatened

South Kitsap firefighters honored for saving boy’s life

Mom: ‘I am so thankful for all of you’

Lawmakers say DISCLOSE Act would bring campaign donations out of the shadows

Would require reporting of large political contributions by nonprofit organizations

Bills would limit opioid prescriptions, invest in treatment options

But some pain sufferers are worried about losing access to medication they need

LGBTQ protection bills advance in state Senate

Would ban conversion therapy, require healthcare worker training

Poulsbo fire truck damaged by spike trap

POULSBO – A Poulsbo Fire Department engine enroute to a fire punctured one of its tires early Jan. 18 after driving over a spiked trap… Continue reading

State lawmakers re-consider eliminating statute of limitations on sex crimes

Senate’s Law and Justice Committee is the next step for the bill

Bremerton school board member challenging Young for 26th District House seat

Naomi Evans cites her ‘collaborative work in improving student outcomes’